Margarethenhöhe Essen Reviews
A distinct village for Krupp employees Aug 11, 2015
Margarethenhöhe is a residential area in Essen that is famous for its pioneering architecture. This estate was donated in 1906 by Mrs. Margarethe Krupp, senior owner of Krupp company, as a model housing estate for Krupp employees. After World War II, it was restored according to its traditional shape.
This village is located around a market square with hotel and supermarket, it also has one school and two churches. The surrounding valleys are preserved as parks.
Subway line U 17 to Essen Central Station is running every 10 minutes. Parking is free, but visitors have to compete with local residents.
Part of the list Route der Industriekultur
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